It turns out that you can grow plants pretty much anywhere – have a look at these garden planters.
Hang spring flowers in brightly colored colanders for an unexpected and truly unique way to update your porch.
Recycled Tire Planter
Though there’s nothing very exciting about old tires, some wooden slats and a few coats of colorful spray paint can miraculously transform them into delightfully cheery backyard planters.
Rain Boot Planters
Have your kids outgrown their rain boots? Don’t throw them out—put them to good use by filling them to the brim with some soil and your favorite flowers.
Get the tutorial at Rosy Posy.
Stack an old dresser drawer atop a makeshift table and add some colorful paint for a bright, fun way to grow flowers.
Get the tutorial at My Repurposed Life.
Plant an adorable miniature garden using shells collected during your last beach vacation.
Get the tutorial at Radmegan.
Tea Tin Planters
Plant herbs in vintage Twinings tea tins to start a windowsill garden that will freshen up your entire kitchen. (Add rocks to the bottom of the tins to let the herbs’ roots breathe.)
Shoe Organizer Vegetable Planter
Keep plants healthy and out of animals’ reach by planting them in hanging shoe organizer pockets mounted to a fence.
Get the tutorial at Instructables.
Start an indoor or outdoor garden by planting herbs in a used tea kettles—we love the vintage look of these tarnished silver ones.
Get the tutorial at Funky Junk Interiors.
Ice Cream Dish Planters
Arrange succulents or other small plants in vintage ice cream dishes for the perfect dinner table centerpieces.
Hanging Pot Planters
Paint terra-cotta pots in bright spring colors and hang them from your garden fence for a garden view that will make you smile.
Get the tutorial atApartment Therapy.